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4 Peaks Music Festival Sets Initial Lineup

The 4 Peaks Music Festival, held June 21-24 at Bend's Stevenson Ranch has announced their initial lineup for the 2018 festival. This year's lineup features an eclectic mix of national, regional, and local bands. Headlining the 4-day event are Michigan jamgrass favorites Greensky Bluegrass and world music collective Nahko and Medicine for the People. In addition, 4 Peaks is bringing back the hugely popular Silent Disco, morning yoga, and family fun in Kidlandia.

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4 Peaks Music Festival Seeks Volunteers

The 4 Peaks Music Festival, Bend’s only multi-day music festival, is in search of music-loving volunteers for its annual event, taking place June 21-24, 2018. The highly-anticipated 2018 festival, located on Southeast Bend’s Stevenson Ranch, will be the 11th festival organized by 4 Peaks Presents, LLC.

“It takes a small army of volunteers to put on an event like this,” says Festival Director Stacy Totland. “In short, we love our volunteers!”

4 Peaks volunteers choose between shifts occurring before, during and after the festival. Volunteer duties range from set-up and take down to parking, merchandise sales, and backstage support. Besides public acknowledgement of their awesomeness, volunteers receive tickets to the festival and t-shirts.

Check the 4 Peaks’ website or social media accounts for all news, including information on volunteering.

For over a decade, 4 Peaks’ has chosen beautiful Central Oregon for a multi-day music event featuring an eclectic array of national, regional and local bands for music enthusiasts, community members and families. Located on Southeast Bend’s Stevenson Ranch, patrons should expect grand views, grassy fields, a large late night tent, “chill” areas, and a awesome selection of vendors. Committed to building an intimate, family-friendly festival, 4 Peaks takes pride in showcasing our high desert home, while benefitting the economy of Bend and its surrounding communities.

photo by Gary Calicott

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